15 Christmas Fonts

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I am a font fiend! I love them! I’ve got so many downloaded on my computer that I’ve collected over the years, and I’m always downloading even more to use in my various projects.

I do have some go-to fonts that I regularly use, but it’s always fun to try new fonts out, what’s awesome is that I don’t even have to install them straight away, I can open them up and my graphics programme can read from that open font file…of course, once I shut the font down then I can’t use it, but it’s a great way to test out a font in ‘real-life’ as it were, instead of just the sample given when you download it.

I download a lot of my font’s from dafont, there are hundreds, if not thousands of free fonts to download – mostly for personal use. I also use FontSpace and Fonts for Peas. But there are plenty of sources online to download fonts for free.

So, the point of this post is for me to share my favourite Christmas fonts. I’ve put the names of them into a handy image below so you can see what they look like. I know that I downloaded most of them from dafont, the two DJ fonts, I paid for yeeeeeeears ago, but they can now be found for free online too. I’ve also included a few dingbat fonts, which I just love to use, the names of them can be found under each row of dings.

I hope you find my favourite Christmas fonts useful!

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